Curious Columns clon, which first project was created in 1992, but the game hasn't been published until 1996.
There's not a lot to comment about this game, but prototype and final version aren't so similar (splitted screen is just in 2 players mode in t (...)
Published in 1987 by Opera Soft, for Spectrum, Amstrad and MSX, La Abadia del Crimen is probably the most succesful game created in Spain for 8 bits, although it wasn't published outside our country.
Opera used to publish its games also for Amstrad PCW, (...)
Julio Marcos, author of Escoba for Amstrad CPC, also created Domino. Both of them were published by the CPC edition of Microhobby.
It has no secrets. You could choose the difficulty level and will play against three players controled by th (...)
Action arcade with average CGA graphics, which will alternate the palettes depending of the sector.
The scroll has two leves and it's fast and soft, but the animation of the characters is lame, the jumps are extremely slow.
But the worst of the game (...)
This game card belongs to a videogames compilation, so you will find in it a list with the links to the games, plus all the material that is listed below. If it has a review, it could be found after the list.
The definitive tutorial about this computer focused to professionals, but wich also had its role in the videogames world. By Neville (text and design) and Kachorro (counseling and mental health) (only in Spanish, please use a web translator).
In Computer Emuzone you'll find the best videogames, since the real classics until the new ones. How can you play them if they are not new? Simple, download an emulator for your PC, Mac or console and you'll feel like in the 80's.